Phyllis Hull Obituary Massachusetts, Former Member White House Fruit Farm Has Died

Phyllis Hull Obituary Massachusetts, Former Member White House Fruit Farm Has Died

Phyllis Hull Obituary, Death Cause – We are saddened to inform you of the passing of Phyllis Hull, who was not only our mother but also our grandmother and our matriarch. Her passing comes at a time when our hearts are heavy. Phyllis was a reliable and pleasant presence in the Market; she was the one who kept the shelves organized, restocked the displays, and took care of everything else that needed to be done.

Because of this, a good number of you have encountered Phyllis and are familiar with her. Phyllis was born and raised in Youngstown, where she also attended Canfield High School and the Youngstown Hospital Association for her nursing education. She moved away after completing her education in both institutions. She began her career as a nurse at South Side Hospital, and subsequently moved on to work in nursing homes, where she attended to a wide range of patients needing medical care.

Phyllis’s commitment to the family business and farm increased as the number of people in her family grew. This allowed her to spend more time with her growing family. Mom, like our father, devoted her entire being to the success of our Market and worked frequently for six to seven days in a row without taking a day off. But, the thing that made her the happiest and was the activity that she enjoyed doing the most was tending to her four children.

her eight grandchildren, and all of their needs for care and compassion. Grammy was the ideal of a compassionate caretaker who bestowed an enchanted upbringing on all of her progeny, including her children and grandkids. We affectionately referred to her as Grammy. She is survived by her husband David, her children Debbie, David, Wendy, and Dan, and eight grandchildren. In addition, she is survived by her husband David.

We are all going to miss Grandmother Phyllis very much, including every single member of our extended work family. The Market will be closed on Thursday, April 6, in remembering of the beautiful life that our matriarch, Phyllis Hull, lived before she passed away and began her journey to paradise. This is being done in honor of Phyllis Hull, who led a wonderful life before she went away.